THE world and his wife will be descending on the city of Glasgow to attend next month’s environmentalist conference, which leads to two questions: Why? and Why Glasgow? The ‘dear green place’ is not associated very much with all that is great and good in Scotland, and certainly not the new hospital put in place under the stewardship of the National Scottishist Damning Anglos Party, which is under police investigation for allegedly killing people. If any delegates fall ill, perhaps they may consider taking a taxi to Edinburgh, as the health establishments there have to be good enough to pander to the various conditions of the Braveheartist elite; Auld Reekie is where saltire fetishismos choose to locate their salons.
There is one area of the environment that this Jamboree of Worship to the Earth Goddess seems to be ignoring. I am of course referring to the issue of Corbyn emissions.
The first recorded emissions of Corbyn were in North London in the 1970s, involving whether or not American Embassy botherer Tariq Ali should be a member of the Labour Party. From that point they seem to have been uncontrolled, resulting in part of an entire North London borough being quite submerged in unfiltered Corbyn emissions from 1983 onwards. A year later a particularly toxic emission of Corbyn came from Westminster when it was mixed with IRA terrorism. The strange thing was that a new Corbyn capture technology, known as Kinnock, seemed to have no effect, but that may have been because Kinnock was overloaded by dealing with a particularly virulent Bennism.
While Corbyn emissions are known to be toxic, they were seemingly kept to a low level for several years as various barriers – Smith, Blair, Brown and to a degree Miliband – were applied to keep the problem out of the way without necessarily controlling it. There were occasional outbreaks but no one seems to have been too bothered about it.
The problem is that these emissions mainly contain a quite poisonous form of socialism, and socialism is a known cause of global harming in all its forms. Tens of millions have been killed over the years by socialism, all tacitly or openly supported by Corbyn emissions.
It was in 2015 that the emissions began to surge unchecked and, owing to some quite moronic behaviour from senior Labour MPs, the area affected expanded from North London to almost the entire country after the collapse of Miliband. Once Miliband had gone, the only way to prevent the outbreak, Conservatism, was weakened by a blend of May and Brexit. May was meant to deliver Brexit using Conservatism, but was prevented from doing so, causing a rise in Corbyn emissions which almost caused a change in the political climate. As people well know, political climate change towards the Left is a major cause of global harming. In the end, Corbyn capture technology was used when a new element, Starmer, forced emissions to the dead end of Remain, which allowed the Broad Sunlit Uplands of Brexit to prevail.
However the political industry still produces Corbyn emissions and even though these are below their peak, they are still widespread. There were a couple of unpleasant episodes on Facebook which caused a suspension that was only partially revoked. The toxic residue has seen Labour’s annual legal costs jumping tenfold to £2million, while there have been some withdrawal symptoms from donors resulting in a defunding of the party. There is a whole new vanity project dedicated to a refined form of Corbyn emissions mistitled the ‘Peace and Justice’ project.
There is also the issue of the emissions’ toxic by-products, namely Milne, Murphy, Murray, McCluskey, as well as Novara, The Canary and Skwawkbox to name but a few. Cleaning up the mess left by these will take several years and the operation has not yet started. For instance, Owen Jones is still earning money with his own blend of Corbyn emissions, which some people say are actually counterfeit. And here is a new problem. While the real emissions may be on the wane, bogus versions may still continue, and since their formula is slightly different, they may be more toxic and have a greater potential to cause further global harming and political climate change.
At present the new barrier to Corbyn emissions, Starmer, seems to be as ineffectual as its predecessors, merely reducing them to what appears an acceptable level. However, there really needs to be a zero-emission future strategy of some kind.
The political industry does produce several pollutants, such as Jones and Sarkar, but these are manageable at the moment unless Corbyn emissions are not controlled. Political climate change needs to be taken more seriously. Unchecked, the future risk of further global harming from socialism is very high. People need to look to reducing Corbyn emissions as a first step. Global harming from socialism affects all of us.